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Sitkans break ground for food security garden

SITKA, ALASKA The 2008 Sitka Health Summit has placed food security and a local fish market at the top of the list of this year’s priorities.
While an all-community greenhouse is the long-range goal, summit organizers could not let the summer growing season pass by without getting started. Last Saturday (6-28-08) volunteers tilled topsoil and sand into a sunny plot of ground behind the See House of St. Peters Episcopal Church.
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